Hello, I have a question that maybe some of you may know. I live in an older city home that was basically chopped up into different apartments. I share a heating system with an apartment upstairs but it is currently vacant. The landlord pays for the heat but yesterday, he turned it off completly. After I called, he said he was turning off upstaris but I guess he gave them the go-ahead for the whole building. He said he will "reroute" it today and on Monday get it turned back on. This was Tuesday!!
I called PSE&G and they said they cannot turn it back on without the landlord's go-ahead. It's pretty cold here in NJ! It gets below freezing at night and I am worried for me and my dog. :(
As I mentioned here before, I am late with rent a lot and do not want to push too many buttons but does anyone had advice??
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